Can i continue my hamotzi seuda in a place I didn't have in mind when I washed/started eating? If so, do I need to have a kzayis of bread in that place, or just a kzayis of anything in the meal? Thanks


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See O.C. 178:1 and particular Mishnah Brurah #3. Even if you move to a different room in the same home, you need to say Birkat Hamazon retroactively on what you ate in the first location, wash, and say hamotzi to continue your seudah in the new location.

It is different if you are part of a group and you exit leaving your group there. In such a situation, you don't need to say a new bracha. See 178:2 for details.

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